Sorry “Abbott Elementary” and “Grey’s Anatomy” followers — there will not be new episodes airing anytime quickly.

Some viewers could also be unaware, however placing screenwriters and actors have introduced manufacturing to a screeching halt, together with on many well-liked exhibits like “Law & Order” and “1923.” So followers must wait to seek out out if Janine and Gregory can actually be simply pals on “Abbott” or if Kim Raver’s Dr. Teddy Altman survives after collapsing on “Grey’s.” However there’s loads of new characters and acquainted faces heading to screens through already-completed exhibits which might be able to air.

Some artistic programming — together with exhibits imported from different international locations, competitors collection and the printed arrival of the Paramount Community hit “Yellowstone” — will round-out gaps within the TV schedule.

Right here’s a sampling of notable exhibits debuting within the strike-challenged season forward:


Books stay well-liked inspiration for Hollywood. “ The Other Black Girl, ” primarily based on the novel by Zakiya Dalila Harris, follows Nella, (Sinclair Daniel), a Black editorial assistant in publishing who’s thrilled by her firm’s new rent of one other Black lady, Hazel (performed by Ashleigh Murray). Nella’s hope for an ally and confidante is repeatedly squashed, leaving her to surprise if the 2 are in competitors. “The Other Black Girl” is a genre-blending mixture of social satire, commentary and creepiness streaming now on Hulu.

Jesse L. Martin returns to NBC in “ The Irrational, ” enjoying a behavioral science knowledgeable with a eager understanding of what makes folks tick. This talent makes him an in-demand drawback solver and translator-of-sorts for presidency businesses and massive firms. The present relies on Dan Ariely’s e book, “Predictably Irrational” and premieres Sept. 25. Episodes will also stream on Peacock.

In ” Wilderness,” Jenna Coleman (“Doctor Who” and “Victoria”) and Oliver Jackson-Cohen (“Mr. Malcom’s Listing”, “Surface”) are Liv and Will, a young couple whose marriage is on the rocks. They plan a vacation to set things right but what Will doesn’t know is that Liv has cooked up an itinerary he wasn’t prepared for. The thriller is adapted from a book of the same name by B.E. Jones, with Ashley Benson and Eric Balfour also starring. “Wilderness” debuts Friday on Prime Video.

Brie Larson brings the Bonnie Garmus novel “ Lessons in Chemistry ” to life for Apple TV+. It’s about Elizabeth, a female scientist in the 1960s who works in a chemical lab, is smarter than most but is only permitted to do menial work by sexist colleagues. A romance with a fellow chemist named Calvin (Lewis Pullman), who sees Elizabeth as an equal, sets in motion her winding, fascinating and empowering road to a fulfilling life and career. The show debuts Oct. 13.

The heartbreaking-yet-hopeful WWII novel “ All the Light We Cannot See ” by Anthony Doerr has been changed into a four-episode collection directed by Shawn Levy for Netflix. It follows the story of Marie (performed by newcomer Aria Mia Loberti) as a blind, younger lady in hiding in German-occupied France and a Nazi solder named Werner (Louis Hoffman). He is an orphan who was drafted towards his will and the present explores how their lives intersect. The restricted collection additionally stars Mark Ruffalo and Hugh Laurie and debuts Nov. 2.


Hollywood loves a secure wager and plenty of new exhibits debuting this fall characteristic some not-so-new characters or tie-ins to movies and different collection which have proved well-liked.

“The Walking Dead” served as a mainstream introduction to a number of proficient actors: Danai Gurira, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Jon Bernthal and sure, Norman Reedus. Reedus’ character Daryl Dixon additionally emerged as a heartthrob. He now fronts his personal spinoff referred to as “ The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon,” going down in France after the occasions of the unique present. Daryl could also be in a brand new nation however walkers are nonetheless on the market, and so they’ve advanced. The present airs Sundays on AMC and streams on AMC+.

The massively well-liked “ John Wick ” movie franchise starring Keanu Reeves is getting a three-night prequel event series called “ The Continental: From the World of John Wick ” on Peacock. It stars Mel Gibson and Colin Woodell as a younger version of Ian McShane’s character from the movies. “The Continental” debuts Sept. 22.

Younger grownup superheroes want training too, and that is the backdrop of the brand new Prime Video collection “ Gen V,” a spin-off of “The Boys.” Superheroes-in-training are enrolled at Godolkin University School of Crimefighting, where they fraternize in between high-stakes competitions of strength and ability. Like “The Boys,” the present takes an irreverent method to its supes. The primary three episodes drop Sept. 29.

Kelsey Grammer is again as his most well-known character, Dr. Frasier Crane, in a sequel for Paramount+. On this “ Frasier,” the character returns to Boston to embark on a brand new part of his life. The ten-episode comedy debuts Oct. 12 and the primary two episodes will air later that month on CBS.

An eight-episode anime collection impressed by the 2010 film “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World” is coming to Netflix on Nov. 17. “ Scott Pilgrim Takes Off ” will characteristic the voices of the movie forged together with Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Kieran Culkin, Brie Larson and Anna Kendrick.


There are additionally applications coming to TV this fall which might be apparent time-fillers to assist spherical out primetime schedules. CBS made some fascinating selections to finish their puzzle.

Kevin Costner’s “Yellowstone,” which airs on Paramount Network, is now getting a broadcast run on CBS beginning Sunday.

Longtime reality competition staples “Survivor” and “The Amazing Race” return to CBS on Sept. 27 however with longer, 90-minute episodes, filling up an evening’s three-hour prime-time block.

“ NCIS: Sydney ” will begin airing on CBS Nov. 13. It’s the first international edition of the franchise that originated in the United States.

They’ve also imported international shows to air in the States. “Ghosts UK,” the unique model of “Ghosts” that impressed the Rose McIver-led U.S. remake, will debut Nov. 16.

Fox has leaned in closely to competitors exhibits. “The Masked Singer” is again for season 10, and so they’ve tapped David Spade to host a brand new recreation present referred to as “ Snake Oil. ” It will join other game shows including “Celebrity Name That Tune”, “I Can See Your Voice” and “ Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test.”

The CW — once known for superheroes, sci-fi and beautiful people coming-of-age — is also now tapping into international options. Examples include Lea Thompson’s “ Spencer Sisters ” and “ Sullivan’s Crossing ” starring Chad Michael Murray and Scott Patterson — both Canadian-made shows — debuting Oct. 4. The network has also scheduled three Canadian comedies for Monday nights. The German eco-thriller “ The Swarm,” about a predatory life force in our oceans, is now airing.

Since ABC doesn’t have the aforementioned favorites “Abbott Elementary” or “Grey’s Anatomy” on its lineup, it’s touting non-scripted options like “ Dancing with the Stars ” (returning to broadcast after a run on Disney+), “ The Golden Bachelor ” and “Bachelor in Paradise.”


Related Press Author Hilary Fox contributed to this story.

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